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Iconic dishes such as chilli crab (above) and yusheng are true Singapore creations.
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Iconic dishes such as chilli crab and yusheng (above) are true Singapore creations.
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"The most significant change in Singapore's food history could be the decision to move all the hawker food stalls along the streets into hawker centres." - Chef Lee Tong Kuon of t Tao Seafood Asia, a Thai-Teochew restaurant.
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True-blue S'pore dishes

Yusheng and chilli crab are dishes that bear the distinctive Singapore stamp.
Jan 2, 2015 5:50 AM

IT is no secret that Singaporeans love to eat, and most of us would often head to a hawker centre for a cheap and good meal, so much so that the hawker centre has become an icon of Singapore culture.

But 50 years ago, dining at a hawker centre was unheard of. It was more common to be seen